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2. What are the benefits of a platonic friendship? 3. Identify five attributes of a true friendship. 4. What is positive peer pressure? 5. How can body language be used to communicate refusal? 6. Describe an aggressive response to peer pressure. 7. What are some benefits of dating? 8. Why do some teens choose not to date? 9. What are some advantages of group dating over individual dating? 10. Identify three risks associated with sexual activity during the teen years. 11. Analyze the importance of abstinence from sexual activity as the preferred choice of behavior in relationship to all sexual activity for unmarried persons of school age. 12. Describe a problem that can result from an unplanned teen pregnancy. RECALLING THE FACTS Use complete sentences to answer the following questions. EXPLORING HEALTH TERMS Answer the following questions on a sheet of paper. Replace the underlined words with the correct term. aggressive assertive harassment manipulation passive peer pressure refusal skills 4. Harassment is an indirect and dishonest way to control someone. 5. An important aspect of being assertive is to use effective manipulation . 6. Being overly pushy and hostile is being asser tiv e . Match each definition with the correct term. abstinence self-control sexually transmitted disease priorities 9. A risk associated with not choosing abstinence. 10. Goals, tasks, and activities you judge as more important than others. 11. A person’s ability to use responsibility to override emotions. Fill in the blanks with the correct term. affection curfew infatuation Shane’s parents worry about his (_7_), or exaggerated feelings of passion, with his girlfriend. To help Shane avoid situations that could involve him in high-risk behaviors, his parents set guidelines for him, including an early (_8_), or time by which he must be at home. Match each definition with the correct term. clique friendship peers platonic friendship stereotype 1. A relationship with a member of the opposite gender in which there is affection but the people are not considered a couple. 2. A small circle of friends that excludes people viewed as outsiders. 3. An exaggerated or oversimplified belief about an entire group of people. HS_HEALTH_U04_C12_CR 12/8/03 4:47 PM Page 326
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327 Chapter 12 Review Chapter 12 Review THINKING CRITICALLY 1. Evaluating. Describe both the advantages and disadvantages of being a member of a social group such as a clique. 2. Analyzing. Suggest ways you can stand up to peers to show disapproval of inconsiderate and disrespectful behavior such as harassment of others. 3. Applying. Marriage is a long-term commitment. How can the behaviors you practice in a dating relationship help enhance the dignity, respect, and responsibility relating to marriage? 4. Summarizing. Unplanned pregnancy among teens affects the teens involved, their families, and society as a whole. Write a paragraph explaining the negative consequences teen pregnancy holds for individuals, families, and society.
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